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Discover more about the British countryside as the presenters visit rural homes and areas as they explore stories and topics of interest surrounding nature. In an informative and engaging documentary the show typically focuses on specific subjects depending on the season and what has been happening. This series uncovers the wonders within the natural life in Britain that can educate the viewers on how they can support their local ecosystems. The Sunday morning show investigates and discusses topics to benefit the viewers at home.
In home grown style Beechgrove will see the team giving weekly updates from their own patches of Scotland. Carole, George, Brian and Kirsty will reflect where we all are, and that is at home and crucially home and garden. In this episode, Kirsty brings us unique access to the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh and George allows us unique access to his precious tool shed. Meanwhile Carole and Brian will be answering viewer's gardening questions.
Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen.
Great British Menu is back, and this time the nation's top professional chefs are competing for a chance to cook "A Feast to Say Thank You" at a glorious banquet celebrating 70 years of the NHS, one of Britain's most prized institutions. Across eight regional heats, 24 chefs will compete in the toughest competition of their lives as they attempt to dazzle with their culinary skills, serving up outstanding dishes that honour the incredible work of the heroic NHS staff and give them a gastronomic experience they will never forget. In each regional heat, they'll first have to impress one of the surprise veteran judges whose identity won't be revealed until they walk through the door. The two highest scoring chefs will then face our exacting panel of judges: Oliver Peyton, Matthew Fort and Andi Oliver.
The life story of Clive Candy, a British army officer, from his early career as a young man in the Boer War at the turn of the Century, until 1943. Told in a flashback covering some 40 years, the story encompasses wars, marriage, friendships, family and a portrays a vivid portrait of Britain over four decades.Masterpiece of British cinema from Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger
Coast is a BBC documentary series covering various subjects relating to both the natural and social history of the British coastline and that of Britain's near neighbours. Take a journey starting from the White Cliffs of Dover and then around the coast of Great Britain with a side trip to Northern Ireland, explore various locations of the coast of the Republic of Ireland and the Shetland Islands, visit Ireland, Normandy and Norway. Each episode focuses on a particular theme and locations around the British Isles.
Angela Scanlon helps couples try before they buy as two rival architects reveal radical new visions for homes using virtual reality, but which will be built in the real world?
Presenters Cherry Healey and Gregg Wallace are invited to visit factories in Britain and abroad to see the work that goes into creating the products we enjoy every day. They learn about the production methods used in producing some of the UKs favourite foods and goods before they reach our homes. Historian Ruth Goodman explains how manufacturing processes have progressed and developed over the years.
Adventurer and author Simon Reeve sets his sights this time on travelling across the Mediterranean in this captivating 4-part TV documentary series. Simon travels across Malta, learns about turtle conservation in Italy, goes on patrol with UN peacekeepers in Gaza, visits the African north coast, and finally ending his adventure in Corsica. One to never turn away from the darkness that can infiltrate society if left unchecked, he explores drastically changing landscapes, people facing life-threatening situations on a daily basis, and those taking positive action to fight back against evil in the modern world.
After twenty-one thousand kilometres, two continents and seventeen countries. The teams embark on the final leg of their epic journey. However, a mammoth 4800km still stands between them and the finish line of Ushuaia, Argentina, the most southerly city in the world. Before leaving the last checkpoint in Mendoza, there's a bombshell, as the racers are rocked by the departure of one team from the race. It's an emotional farewell as they reveal that despite a valiant effort they have finally run out of money and their race is over Just under nine hours separate the remaining three teams, but budgets are running perilously low meaning each team will have to call on all the skills, ingenuity and strategies developed over the past seven weeks on the road in order to win the race. In a thrilling finale, the lead changes hands throughout, as the teams navigate their way down through Patagonia towards Ushuaia. All teams are constantly juggling the desire to win the race with the need to work. Living hand to mouth, they negotiate tricky connections, sold out buses and endure hours by the side of roads desperately trying to hitch rides. As one team benefits from a monumental act of kindness to dig them out of a massive hole and keep them in the race, another eyes a prime opportunity to accelerate to the finish line, while the third gambles everything when it matters most. This gruelling race has pushed them all to their very limits both physically and emotionally. It has taken the travellers to far flung places : through deserts, mountains and island paradises giving them the chance to experience incredible adventures, immerse themselves in different cultures, make lasting connections and often be overwhelmed by the kindness of strangers. Our racers embarked on personal journeys too with relationships tested and bonds strengthened. This dramatic and at times unpredictable experience will mean our travellers will complete the race very different people from the ones that started. There are remarkable twists and turns as the race culminates in an incredibly tight and dramatic finish, all set against the backdrop of some of the most breath-taking scenery in the world. After 54 days, which team will triumph and be the first to reach the finish line and claim the £20k prize and be crowned winners of this race of a lifetime?
Southern Spain, famous for its beaches and sunshine - has become the main gateway for drugs into Europe. Violent turf wars between drug cartels
have caused the government to issue a crackdown. For the last two years, the police have been fighting to take back control.
Stacey gains unique access to the police, the dealers and the smugglers. She goes out on patrol with the air force team of the Guardia Civil and is
invited along by them to witness a night-time raid in an attempt to arrest a cartel suspect they’ve been watching for two years.
To understand why this part of Spain sees so much cocaine, Stacey travels to the source – Apartado, Colombia. There she meets one of the
biggest smugglers in the region. Faced with highly organised criminal gangs and the insatiable demand for drugs in Europe, Stacey asks, is this a
war the police can ever win?
Part of the award winning This World strand.
Limmy's Homemade Show
What We Do in the Shadows
In the winter of 1550, the most famous painter in Europe came face to face with a prince who was soon to become the most powerful man on earth. What emerged from this encounter between Prince Philip of Spain, and the Renaissance master Titian is seen as one of the most extraordinary commissions in all of art history. Given almost total creative freedom and limitless time, Titian returned a series of six extraordinary masterpieces and in the process reinvented painting as we know it. Taken from scenes in Ovid's Metamorphoses, each painting is more daring than the last, revelling in all facets of human desire, sex and the consequences of love. Dispersed over the centuries, these six paintings have not been seen together for over 450 years and it has long been a dream of art lovers to re-unite them just has Titian had intended. But no sooner has The National Gallery, London pulled off this seemingly impossible exhibition than Titian's master works are once again denied the public gaze. Amid the pandemic that is sweeping the globe, Gallery Director Gabriele Finaldi has taken the unprecedented step of closing gallery doors uncertain as to when or if the pictures can ever be seen together again. In Titian: Behind Closed Doors BBC cameras were recently granted access to the exhibition for one time only in order bring this ground breaking exhibition to the screens across Britain and beyond. Not only are these paintings loving filmed and presented but they are brought to life with expert testimony unravelling how these masterpieces came into being; what they meant in their own time and how we can still making meaning of them today. Gallery Director, Gabriele Finadi, has also granted his first broadcast interview in which he describing the enormity of bringing these paintings together and the agonising decision he had to make in locking them up behind closed doors.
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